OPTIMALISASI SISTEM PENGELOLAAN SAMPAH DI LINGKUNGAN KAMPUS UNIVERSITAS DIPONEGORO, TEMBALANG: UPAYA MENUJU UNDIP ECO-CAMPUS

Nur Fajar Septfry Sudomo, Wiharyanto Oktiawan, Titik Istirokhatun

Abstract


Solid waste may become a potential resource if it could be managed properly. Organic waste could still be used as compost materials and inorganic waste could be recycled, sold, or reused. In the year 2012, solid waste generated by Tembalang Campus, Diponegoro University adds up to 836.23 kg with a volume of 20.23 m3/day. The amounts of waste generation are 360.67 kg with a volume of 11.18 m3/day  comes from academic activities; 140.89 kg with a volume of 4.036 m3/day comes from administrative activities; 119.7 kg with a volume of  0.21 m3/day  comes from Rusunawa trash; and 214.97 kg with a volume of 4.8 m3/day  comes from campus sweeping activities.In the optimization plan of solid waste management system, efforts will be done to homologize trash containers across the region. The container will be divided into four bins, which are organic waste bin, paper trash bin, plastic trash bin, and other waste bin. The entire region is endeavored to receive waste collection services in order to prevent waste burning activities. Collected organic waste will be processed into compost in the composting units and the inorganic will be processed in Undip’s ISWM (Integrated Solid Waste Management) Facility.

Keywords


Diponegoro University, waste management

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